Therianthropes |Lessness | Sonitus Urbanitatis | The Morphing Aphrodite | Sissyphus | Difficult Journeys | The Portrait of the Artist as a Young Prostitute | Living With Colours | Dancing Landscapes | Fear Is A Man's Best Friend | Afternoon Echoes | Home | Camera Travels | Forest Loops | Still Lives | Pyrkos | The Machine Dream | The Liquid Reality | Cross-country Run | | One Day At The Quietest Sea | 2000 Miles (and thirteen years) | In between | Early Videos | Ars Moriendi
Photography as the looking glass, through which there is a gate to a wonder land of time and space travel. A photographer is turned into a living photograph by his camera – two dimensional being in a three-dimensional world. This fragmented universe has no longer a unified single point perspective, nor is it dualistic mirror reflection of two parallel worlds – it is a multi-layered collage of life at various levels. Distorted, made up between fantasy and reality, it re-addresses the use of photography to reproduce not reality itself but the desired version of it. The haunted landscapes can become a refuge and a labyrinth, an escape route and a trap. Yet crossing the line remained beyond reach.
Music: Fiona Mitchel and Graham Pilgrim